Available Trips:

Come up into New Zealand’s Southern  Alps with us.  Click on any of the images below for detailed information on trips, bookings, etc.

Ski Mountaineering New Zealand
Ski Mountaineering

Season: Aug - Dec
Riding level: Strong Intermediate +
Fitness level: moderate to very high
Duration: 3 - 5 days
Guiding: up to 1:4

Alpine Skills Courses
Alpine Skills Courses

Season: all year round
Technical difficulty: all levels
Fitness level: all levels
Duration: open
Guiding: Max 1:6

Ski Touring, With Mount Sefton In View
Ski Touring

Season: Jul - Oct
Technical difficulty: Intermediate +
Fitness level: moderate +
Duration: 3 - 5 days
Guiding: max1:4

Remarkables, Queenstown
The Remarkables

Season: almost year round
Technical difficulty: varies
Fitness level: moderate +
Duration: 1 day
Guiding: 1:1 or 1:2

Avalanche Safety Course
Avalanche Safety Course

Season: Jul - Sep
Technical difficulty: all levels
Fitness level: all levels
Duration: open
Guiding: Max 1:6

Climb Mt Aspiring
Climb Mt Aspiring / Tititea

Season: Nov - Apr
Technical difficulty: moderate to hard
Fitness level: moderate to high
Duration: 5 days or 7 days
Guiding: 1:1 or 1:2

Climb Milford Mountains With Alpine Dreams Guiding
Climb Milford Mountains

Season: Jan - May
Technical difficulty: moderate to hard
Fitness level: moderate
Duration: 5 days
Guiding: 1:1 or 1:2

Climb Aoraki / Mt Cook Summit Ridge
Climb Aoraki Mount Cook

Season: Oct - Apr
Technical difficulty: hard
Fitness level: high to very high
Duration: 6 days
Guiding: 1:1

Climb Mt Tasman With Alpine Dreams Guiding
Climb Mt Tasman / Horokoau

Season: Nov - Feb
Technical difficulty: hard
Fitness level: high to very high
Duration: 6 days
Guiding: 1:1

Tim Robertson, Mountain & Heli-Ski guide

Tim is an Internationally qualified mountain guide under the IFMGA/IVBV/UIAGM Association.  This is the highest qualification available for guiding alpine climbing, rock climbing and skiing, recognised world wide.  Tim has worked as a mountain guide and heli-ski guide since 2003 and as a IFMGA guide since 2011.

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